- 26 Mar 19
The Irish box office smash hit will be available to view on the streaming service from Sunday, March 31.
Lance Daly's Black '47, one of highest grossing Irish films of recent years, will be available on Netflix from this Sunday.
One of the first films to explore Famine-era Ireland, Black '47 stars Hugo Weaving, Jim Broadbent and the prolific Irish screen and stage actor Stephen Rea. Joining them are rising international actors James Frecheville and Freddie Fox, along with a strong young Irish cast including Barry Keoghan, Moe Dunford and Sarah Greene.
The screenplay was written by PJ Dillon, Pierce Ryan, Eugene O’Brien and Lance Daly. Produced by Macdara Kelleher for Fastnet Films with Tim O’Hair, Arcadiy Golubovich and Jonathan Loughran, Black '47 was financed by Primemeridian Entertainment, the Irish Film Board, the Luxembourg Film Fund, Wildcard Distribution, Altitude, BAI, TV3, Eurimages, Umedia, Samsa Films and Fastnet Films.
Read Hot Press's review of the film here.